Roots Party Presidential competitor George Wajackoyah has excused charges that he has embraced his adversary Raila Odinga for the administration.
Addressing the media, Wajackoyah, who was caught in a now-popular video excused the underwriting saying his words were taken outside the current discussion.
In the 37-second video cut, Wajackoyah, in his mark durag is seen tending to revelers in a club, saying: “I’m here to join the clash of saviors in this nation and the individual who makes me stand here is, in all honesty, Raila Amollo Odinga”.
The Roots Party pioneer affirmed that he was in a club in Kisumu when he expressed those words however denied underwriting the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya competitor.
“I have seen the video. You realize individuals are simply distraught. William Ruto’s kin have made a picture of me on Facebook saying I am supporting him. Some are saying I have embraced Raila,” he said.
“Indeed, I said those words, that I admire Raila very much like I the thing I said about Ruto in Eldoret. I was recognizing what Raila has done in Nyanza, and how he has helped individuals. What’s going on is that?” he stopped.
Wajackoyah keeps up with he is on the polling form.
His feelings come a day after an assessment of public sentiment by Trends and Insights for Africa (TIFA) set him third in Nairobi province in the event that races were today, after Azimio’s Raila Odinga and UDA’s William Ruto.
Nairobi County has a sum of 2.41 million citizens this year, IEBC information shows.